Pittsburgh, PA - The Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation and EMBRACE Pittsburgh will co-host the first-ever "Break the Ice Night" when the Penguins face the Florida Panthers on Sunday, January 5 at PPG Paints Arena (5:00PM ET). The event is part of the NHL's "Hockey Talks" initiative.
"Break the Ice Night" will highlight the efforts of EMBRACE Pittsburgh, a city-wide movement focused on championing mental strength throughout the region.
All fans attending the game will receive a bracelet set known as "EMBRACE-lets," which encourage fans to start the conversation about mental wellness using #BreakTheIce. The EMBRACE-let Sets also share information about Hockey Talks, a mental health awareness campaign adopted by 15 NHL teams.
Penguins players will wear Hockey Talks decals on their helmets at the January 5 game in support of Break the Ice. The Penguins will also autograph specialty locker room nameplates, which will be included in the Penguins Foundation's gameday auction at pens.givesmart.com.
To be there for Break the Ice Night powered by EMBRACE Pittsburgh, order your tickets here.
To learn more about EMBRACE Pittsburgh, visit https://www.embracepittsburgh.org.